Newcastle United transfer rumours as Magpies ‘plan to revisit’ Gabri Veiga transfer after Tonali ban

A round-up of the latest Newcastle United transfer rumours on Friday, November 3.

Newcastle ‘plan to revisit’ Gabri Veiga transfer after Tonali ban

Spanish media outlet Fichajes.net claim Newcastle United are planning to revisit one of their summer targets following Sandro Tonali’s ten month ban from football. The outlet claims the Magpies will try to sign Al Ahli midfielder Gabri Veiga, who was a reported target for the club in the summer.

The former Celta Vigo midfielder, who was also linked with the likes of Liverpool and Real Madrid, opted to move to Saudi Arabia and join the PIF owned club. The report reiterates claims from earlier this week, talking about Newcastle’s agreement with fellow PIF owned clubs to do deals with one another.

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Newcastle have already worked with Al Ahli to sanction the sale of Allan Saint-Maximin, a deal that had to be ratified by the Premier League. It’ll be more than likely a move for Veiga would come under further scrutiny given the ownership links between the two clubs and the need for the Magpies to comply with Financial Fair Play.

Two Italian clubs enter race to sign Lloyd Kelly

Fabrizio Romano claims AC Milan and Juventus are keen on signing reported Newcastle United target Lloyd Kelly this year. The Bournemouth defender was linked with a move to St. James’ Park last season having worked under Eddie Howe at the Cherries.

The young centre-half is approaching the final few months of his contract on the south coast and two of Italy’s heavyweights have entered the race to sign him. Romano tweeted: “AC Milan are working on deal to sign Lloyd Kelly in January, considered interesting centre back for present and future.

“Understand Juventus are also interested and informed on conditions of the deal. Kelly, out of contract in 2024 — NO option for #AFCB to extend his deal.”

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